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    Title: Photo-desorbed species produced by the UV/EUV irradiation of an H(2)O:CO(2):NH(3) ice mixture
    Authors: Chen,YJ;Nuevo,M;Chu,CC;Fan,YG;Yih,TS;Ip,WH;Fung,HS;Wu,CYR
    Contributors: 物理學系
    Keywords: MOLECULAR LINE SURVEY;C/1996 B2 HYAKUTAKE;SOLID-STATE FEATURES;RACEMIC AMINO-ACIDS;COMET HALE-BOPP;INTERSTELLAR ICE;ISO-SWS;ULTRAVIOLET PHOTOLYSIS;ORGANIC-MOLECULES;HYDROGEN-CYANIDE
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2012-06-11 10:51:11 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: An H(2)O:CO(2):NH(3) = 1:1:1 ice mixture, used as a model mixture for cometary and interstellar ices, was irradiated with ultraviolet (UV)/extreme ultraviolet (EUV) photons in the broad 4-20 eV (62-310 nm) energy range at 16 K. The desorbed species were detected in situ by mass spectrometry during photo-irradiation, and a quartz microbalance was used as a substrate to measure the mass of material remaining on the surface. The total mass desorption for this H(2)O:CO(2):NH(3) = 1:1:1 ice mixture at 16K was measured to be 1.8 x 10(-18) mu g photon(-1), which is comparable to the 1.5 x 10(-18) mu g photon(-1) measured for pure H(2)O ice irradiated under the same conditions. The main desorbed species produced during the photolysis of the ices were H(2), NH(2)(center dot), OH(center dot), CO, and O(2), along with the starting components H(2)O, NH(3), and CO(2). We also tentatively assigned minor mass peaks to larger species such as OCN(center dot)/OCNI(-), HNC, CH(4), H(2)CO, CH(3)OH, and HCOOH. This result supports the scenario in which complex organic molecules can be formed in cometary and/or astrophysical ices and desorbed to the gas phase, and helps to better understand the photochemical processes occurring at the surface of Solar System icy bodies such as comets, as well as in cold astrophysical environments such as star-forming regions and protostars. (C) 2010 COSPAR. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
    Relation: ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH
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